Approximately 1,800 UW-Madison campus community members have received notice of their new eligibility for the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines through University Health Services (UHS). Community members in Phase 1b started to receive vaccines on Monday.
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Associated Students of Madison (ASM) legislation calling to compensate student hourly employees telecommuting from abroad has been accepted by UW-Madison officials for the spring semester.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services' COVID-19 vaccination program approved University Health Services (UHS) as a distributor of COVID-19 vaccine in late December.
In an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 during the spring semester, UW-Madison will greatly expand its mandatory testing regime, require proof of up-to-date negative tests and call on students to restrict their movement upon returning to the Madison area, the university announced Friday.
On Dec. 10, the UW System Board of Regents will meet to vote on an employee compensation increase proposed by UW System officials. The payment plan directly targets two upcoming fiscal years, during which salaries will be raised by 2 and 2.5 percent if the plan successfully passes through the legislative process.
A group of experts met online for an Election Symposium to discuss the results of a pre-election survey conducted by the Elections Research Center Dec. 4.
The Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition hosted a virtual awards ceremony Friday awarding UW-Madison “for exemplifying the SLSV Coalition’s Guiding Principle of Removing Barriers and Increasing Access.”
UW-Madison alumna Amb. Linda Thomas-Greenfield was nominated by President-elect Joe Biden Monday to serve as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.
The Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) — a video study in part conducted by a WCER director, looking into the practices and presentation of mathematics education approaches — has been recently acknowledged for its originality by the Paris branch of Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has worked with 13 UW System campuses to implement “surge testing” sites following a donation of 250,000 BinaxNOW rapid antigen tests from health care company Abbott.
Despite expanded testing efforts and increased enforcement of local public health guidelines, for weeks the UW-Madison campus has seen a steady increase in the number of reported positive COVID-19 cases.
“I voted at the Chazen Museum of art, and I waited for about one minute to get through all the processes getting through [voter] registration as well as actually filling out the ballot.”
On Saturday, Oct. 31, UW-Madison students and students within the state of Wis. will be given the opportunity to attend a virtual “Get Out the Vote” rally hosted by Sen. Bernie Sanders.
This year, 923 new UW-Madison in-state students were granted free undergraduate tuition, the largest cohort yet to benefit from “Bucky’s Tuition Promise” for low and middle-income students.
Starting on Tuesday, UW-Madison students and city residents can vote in-person at three locations on the university’s campus.
While UW-Madison has seen a recent decrease in active cases of COVID-19 on campus, District 8 Ald. and UW sophomore Max Prestigiacomo is urging the Madison City Council to call for another suspension of in-person classes at the university.
Some members of the Associated Students of Madison are expressing disappointment in the UW-Madison Police Department’s limited contact and outreach with the student government following the UWPD response to a Sept. 29 vote of no confidence in the UWPD by the ASM.
This week, the UW-Madison Arboretum Visitor Center will begin renovations to upgrade its solar panel system and install energy-efficient LED lighting.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on campus have led UW-Madison to establish a partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This proposal was spearheaded toward the beginning of September by the School of Medicine and Public Health at UW-Madison.
On Aug. 26, in a statement to University of Wisconsin-Madison students and staff on preparations for the fast-approaching semester, Chancellor Rebecca Blank wrote that the university was “working with fraternities and sororities to help those living in chapter houses arrange for their own quarantine and isolation spaces.”